Although not strictly in Milan, no guide would be complete unless all the international schools were represented allowing you, the reader, to have a complete overview of what schools are on offer in the Milan area. The American School of Milan is set in 9 acres of green space and its' modern campus boasts seven state-of-the-art science laboratories, two full-sized American gymnasia, a 27,000 volume library complete with e-books and technology at all levels of the school (with netbooks, a full laptop program in grade 6 and above, 3D design, digital art and photography classes, a motion picture film studio and of course, wi-fi throughout the school). The entire campus was either newly built in 2009 or was renovated in 2010/11 and the outdoor areas, including two separate playgrounds, two tennis courts, an outdoor basketball court and soccer field, were also rebuilt in 2009/10.The American School follows the International Baccalaureate program and accepts children from 3 upwards.The students originate from over 50 countries and many arrive from other international schools in many other parts of the world, since their parents are relocating for work assignments. 
Via Karl Marx, 14 Noverasco di Opera
02 53000015
The International School of Milan is an IB World School and follows all three programmes, the Primary Years Programme from Kindergarden to grade 6, the Middle Years Programme from Grade 7 to grade 11 and the Diploma programme in grades 12 and 13.The Primary Years Programme is taught in English and the learning of an additional language, Italian, is a requirement of all students from Grade 1 upwards. Students are taught Italian either as a mother tongue language or as a second language for pupils coming from other countries. 
Via P.A. Paravia, 5 Milan
02 4041261
Founded in 1886, the Scuola Germanica di Milano offers a bilingual education to children aged 3 to 18. The curriculum is approved by both the Italian and German governments, therefore students can continue their studies at university in either Italy or Germany.I have Italian friends who send their children here and are very happy. 
Via Legnano, 24 20121 Milan
02 6597614
Sir James Henderson has been providing a British education to its pupils since 1969. It currently has 800 pupils aged 3 to 18 representing 41 nationalities. The school is recognised by the Italian education authorities as well as the British government's Department of Education. Sir James Henderson offers the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme so that pupils can be accepted into any university world-wide. Sir James Henderson also boasts one of the best music and arts programmes in Europe and every Christmas it holds a wonderful Carol concert in Santa Maria del Carmine. 
Via Pisani Dossi, 16 20134 Milan
02 210941
 Forza e Coraggio offers a wide range of sporting actitivities for children and adults such as tennis, fencing, volleyball, kung-fu, gymnastics (male and female), boxing, athlectics and football. Some courses take children as young as 3 years old (gymnastics), although please check out Forza e Coraggio's website for further details. Sports summer courses are also organised by the people at Forza e Coraggio, as well as football themed birthday parties.  
Via Gallura, 8 20141 Milan
02 5692398
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